Secrets, A Collection of Erotic Fiction
Buying lingerie, working in a restaurant kitchen, discussing mortgage terms... Mundane, everyday activities turn swiftly into sexual adventures in this collection of nine erotic short stories from Agent Provocateur. Off-mint and sexually explicit.
Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell
In London in 1806, a dangerous battle begins between two rival magicians - the scholarly Gilbert Norrell, intent on reviving a centuries old tradition of magic, and the young and reckless Jonathan Strange - and their dark arts are unleashed into the politics of the Napoleonic wars. Published to critical and popular acclaim in 2004, the novel was Time magazine's Book of the Year.
Sidney Chambers and the Dangers of Temptation
The Grantchester Mysteries
This fifth instalment of The Grantchester Mysteries finds archdeacon and part-time detective Sidney Chambers embroiled in the workings of a mysterious cult as he searches for a missing teenager, and investigating a murder, the theft of a precious heirloom and a case of blackmail.
The Many Lives of Amory Clay
William Boyd's novel tells the life story of Amory Clay, whose career as a photographer starts in 1920s London and Berlin, and takes her to New York in the 1930s, through the Second World War as a war photographer, then on to other wars, lovers, husbands and children.
A dual collection of erotic literature, Agent Provocateur can be read from both ends: the Pink Side with erotic short stories, articles and poems; or the Dark Side, also made up of stories and poems, but with a wilder, sadomasochistic streak. The book is illustrated with drawings by David Bray. Bound in black and pink embossed covers, with a black silk marker. Sexually explicit.
The Liz Carlyle novels draw on Rimington's own experience as a former head of MI5 and are much acclaimed for their authenticity and pace. Here, Ms Carlyle's Counter Terrorism unit in MI5 is charged with watching the international arms trade after an agent is attacked in a Middle Eastern souk.
Miss Carter's War
After a dangerous war as an SOE agent, Marguerite Carter dedicates herself to educating girls and fighting injustice. Through the story of this fictional but believable woman, actress and bestselling author Sheila Hancock creates a panorama of British history from the 1940s to the rise of Thatcher. Slightly off-mint.
The Liz Carlyle novels draw on Rimington's own experience as a former head of MI5 and are much-acclaimed for their authenticity and pace. Here, Ms Carlyle's Counter Terrorism unit in MI5 is charged with watching the international arms trade after an agent is attacked in a Middle Eastern souk.